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Daniel Cowley at the Audience Agency and Richard Erwin-Jones talk to Eleanor Turney about the audiences Creative People and Places is reaching
As Creative People and Places heads to the Arts Marketing Association conference in Edinburgh, we share some of our tips and approaches to building authentic relationships with people new to the arts.
Paul Steele from First Art shares his ten top tips for live streaming an arts event
Ruth Melville takes a look at the meta-evaluation of the Creative People and Places programme and Ecorys' progress report for year two
Rachel Adam, Director of bait and Mark Robinson of Thinking Practice talk to Eleanor Turney about their relationship and wider scope of the critical friend role.
Jan Lennox from Watermans and Creative People and Places Hounslow shares her top tips on using stewards to build relationships with audiences at outdoor events
Andrew Ormston, Critical Friend to Made in Corby, looks at how the project is moving beyond co-creation to community leadership
Researcher Ruth Melville reflects on what Creative People and Places has achieved so far and where the real challenges lie
Creative People and Places is reaching people from locations that offer fewer opportunities to engage in the arts and is engaging them in a range of different ways, according to a report published today
Sarah B Davies explores the audience data that shows Creative People and Places is reaching people new to the arts
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